by Kathleen Norris
This is a difficult age to be a woman. At times it seems as if the entire culture conspires to belittle motherhood and home. The woman who aspires to raise children fro the glory of God, to develop the ministry of the home, or to co-labor with her husband is deemed “old fashioned” or “unfulfilled.”
Mother is the fictional tale of a young lady who leaves home and repudiates family life in the hope of finding personal fulfillment through independence and a career. Though she had benefited greatly from the love of her own mother, she decides that raising children and keeping home is a wasted life in comparison to the opportunities of the business world. But God dramatically changes her heart. She discovers that wealth and position are illusory and that independence can enslave a young lady. She discovers that the greatest woman she has ever known was her mother. Now she longs for home and for motherhood.
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